NPA head concerned over Bobroff evading justice

2016-04-19 14:18
Shaun Abrahams (Kopano Tlape/GCIS)

Shaun Abrahams (Kopano Tlape/GCIS)

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Cape Town – National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams has expressed concern that personal injury lawyer Ronald Bobroff and his son have evaded justice and fled to another country.

It was recently reported that Bobroff, and his son Darren, had left for Australia after their were accused of overcharging accident victims for claims against the Road Accident Fund.

"I can reassure the public that the matter is receiving the requisite attention from my office and that of other law enforcement agencies we are working with in great proximity," Abrahams said.

He said he would address the matter in more detail in two weeks.

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha said the case was ongoing and did not present anything unique in his estimation.

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